A well-known shoe chain with over 70 stores now disappears from the German market. Stores are bought – but shoes will continue to exist there in the future.
Berlin – The popular CCC footwear chain in Poland disappears from the German market such as textilwirtschaft.de reported
As Chip.de writes, the articles were in Germany as early as 2013, the CCC group even expanded to more than 1,000 stores in Germany. The concept of the chain is to sell cheap high quality shoes. However, after ten years on the German market, the company is now in red: According to CCC recorded a decrease in sales of 12.3% in the first half of 2018 registered.
Reno takes over the CCC branches
The Reno footwear chain takes over the business, reports various environments: First, supply, non-profitable industries are closed, and the rest in Reno are renamed. Reno also assumes part of the cost of closing lost stores, reports real estate-zeitung.de. The purchase price is still under negotiation.
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